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Utilitarian theory of ethics stipulates that an action will be judged right or wrong depending on the consequences it produces. In this respect an action which produces results which are for common good to all is regarded as morally right. Therefore for one to act morally it is paramount to weigh the consequences of the action whereby progress is made if the actions will be predicted to have a common good to all.  Therefore it is emphatic on the consequences of the action. Deontology theories on the other hand stipulate that morality should be measured with the ability to fulfill duties and responsibilities. In this respect, each person has a duty to fulfill in the society and hence should adherence to such duties and responsibilities. In addition people are attached to the specific organizations that they work for and they should act within the interest of the organizations.